Supply Chain Best Practices This Week

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Week of April 27, 2020

Industry Updates You Should Know

On the Comeback Trail
The coronavirus will abate, eventually. Here are five steps to help you prepare your supply chain for recovery.

In an Era of Extreme Disruptions, How to Use Force Majeure
In navigating COVID-19-related disruptions, suppliers should carefully assess any force majeure clauses in their customer contracts. Force majeure provisions may limit suppliers’ liability.

Boeing Preps for ‘Post-Pandemic Industry’
While politicians debate when to ease coronavirus-related restrictions, companies such as Boeing are already taking steps to strengthen their supply chains against future threats.

New Best Practice Case Studies

Go Tigers!
The Clemson University procurement team reduced its supplier roster from 67,000 vendors to a much more manageable 4,000.

Not Happy with Status Quo
Many of WinCup’s products are used for to-go food orders. So, it’s only appropriate that its senior managers are always on the go, too, looking for new approaches to sustainable products.

Facing a Changing Environment
Traditionally a brick-and-mortar business, dr. brandt skincare is strengthening its e-commerce model to provide a seamless experience — regardless of which platform, device or channel is used.

Videos Worth Viewing

How to manage a global medical supply chain during a pandemic.

What can toilet paper teach us about supply chains?

Prediction: Expect a wave of reshoring activity.

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